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Get Involved

There are plenty of ways to get involved with the Women’s Center!

Attend our events

The Women’s Center has a variety of discussion-based programs and other events planned throughout the year. Check out our calendar or our myUMBC events page for updates and details on our upcoming events. You can also sign up for our monthly email for event updates.

Take Back the Night is an event that takes place every April. This event is a great way to get involved with the Women's Center as a participant or volunteer.

Take Back the Night is a rally and march that takes place every April. This event is a great way to get involved with the Women’s Center as a participant or volunteer!

Volunteer

The Women’s Center will need support from volunteers to help with events, outreach, and staffing the Center from time-to-time. We conduct volunteer training sessions throughout the semester or for specific large events requiring volunteer support (such as Take Back the Night). If you’re interested in volunteering, send us an email at womenscenter@umbc.edu. Please note, we may not always be able to accommodate volunteer interest.

Volunteers are integral in making Women's Center events like the Clothesline Project and Take Back the Night successful.

Volunteers are integral in making Women’s Center events like the Clothesline Project and Take Back the Night successful.

Become an intern

The Women’s Center offers internships through several departments on campus, including the Honors College, Gender + Women’s Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Psychology. Interns must attend staff training and generally are hired in the late spring for the following full academic year. If you’re interested in interning, send us an email at womenscenter@umbc.edu.

Join our staff

The Women’s Center offers paid staff positions through the UMBC Federal Work Study program. If you meet the requirements for work study and wish to join the Women’s Center team, send us an email at womenscenter@umbc.edu. Please note, student staff must attend staff training and generally are hired in the late spring for the following academic year.

Women's Center staff and interns during the fall 2014 training day.

Women’s Center staff and interns during the fall 2014 training day.

 

We also support the work of some of the following student organizations and campus partners:


Apply for the Women’s Center Advisory Board

The Advisory Board is open to students, faculty, and staff at UMBC who are interested in participating in the processes associated with developing and maintaining the Women’s Center. For more information, check out the Advisory Board section on our Who We Are page.

Follow us on social media

Have you considered writing a guest post for our WordPress blogs? Check out the Women’s Center blog and the Critical Social Justice blog to see what others have written, and contact us if you would like to contribute. And don’t forget to follow our other social media pages!